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Sky View Handles Madison, Idaho In High Scoring Game

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – The Sky View Bobcats beat Madison, Idaho 45-33 in a high scoring affair as quarterback Kason Carlsen threw two touchdown passes.

He also caught a receiving touchdown in the win. Mason Falslev ran in a 55-yard touchdown for the Bobcats as well as Walter Collins adding two scores on the ground.

Here is the rest of the action from the 4A classification in the fourth week of the high school football season:

Region 9

Canyon View 14 at Pine View 59

The Pine View Panthers took a 14-0 lead in the first quarter and didn’t look back. The Panthers scored the first four touchdowns of the game before Canyon View got on the board in the 2nd quarter. Panthers quarterback, Macloud Crowton, son of former BYU football head coach Gary Crowton, threw for six touchdowns in the victory.

Crimson Cliffs 14 at Hurricane 24

After falling behind 14-8, Hurricane scored 16 unanswered points to take the win. Hurricane quarterback, Brexton Starley had three passing touchdowns on the night. Hurricane receiver, Raymond Cordova had two receiving touchdowns in the victory.

Desert Hills 27 at Snow Canyon 17

Deseret Hills scored the first 14 points of the game but Snow Canyon answered back to tie the game. The two teams headed to the fourth quarter all squared up but Desert Hills pulled away with 13 points in the final 6:30 to get the win. Desert Hills’ Logan Wilstead both threw and rushed for a touchdown in the victory.


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Dixie 59 at Cedar City 38

Dixie lit up the scoreboard on the road Friday evening. The Flyers scored more 15 points of more in each of the first three quarters of play. Dixie quarterback, Reggie Graff threw for four touchdowns in the route. Cedar City running back, Teague Speakman had two scores in the loss.

Region 10

Cedar Valley 20 at Stansbury 52

The Cedar Valley Aviators are still looking for their first win in the school’s first season. Stansbury Park scored 21, 17, and 14 points in the first three quarters before getting blanked in the final quarter. Stansbury Park quarterback, Kru Huxford threw for three touchdowns and ran for another. Aviators quarterback, Payton Weber threw for two touchdowns in the defeat.

Ogden 12 at Mountain View 44

Mountain View opened the game up with a 64-yard touchdown pass from quarterback, Duce Anderson in the first quarter. Mountain View scored the first seven times points were put on the scoreboard and led 44-0 going to the fourth quarter. Anderson threw for two touchdowns and rushed for two more in the victory.

Tooele 61 at Ben Lomond 0

The Tooele Buffaloes shutout Ben Lomond 62-0 on Friday night. The Buffaloes scored nine touchdowns in the win. Four of the touchdowns were from Buffs running back, Nukuluve Helu, a BYU football commit.

Uintah 0 at Park City 47

The Miners scored 19 points in the first and 14 in both the second and third quarters in the shutout win. Both Ryan and Jack Skidmore threw two touchdown passes, Dylan Bauer ran in three scores on the ground. Mark McCurdy was on the receiving end of two touchdowns as Park City wins in region play.


Bear River 17 at Morgan 37

After taking a 9-0 lead to open the game, Bear River gave up six scores in a row to the Morgan Trojans including two touchdown passes from Carter Thackeray to Jack Cameron. Bear River scored eight points in the final quarter but the Trojans lead was too much to overcome. Thackeray had three touchdown passes in the win.

Bonneville 41 at Mountain Crest 28

Bonneville opened the game with a 21-6 lead before Mountain Crest scored 22 points in the second quarter and held a 28-21 lead at the half. They went scoreless in the second half, while the Lakers scored 20 points. Taden Burbank threw two touchdowns for Mountain Crest in the loss. Brock Samuels had two rushing touchdowns to lead Bonneville.

Highland, Idaho 16 at Ridgeline 13

Kaden Cox threw two touchdown passes for Ridgeline to open the first half before being shutout in the second half by Highland High School in Idaho.